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Test NameLecturer Sociology
SubjectSociology Test 22
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Sociology Online Test No. 22

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Somalia suffers from persistent famine due to:

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Which set of theories takes into account issues of social and political unrest, war, and changing public policy to explain issues such as famine and malnutrition?

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The events of the world wars, the Depression, and the Holocaust gave impetus to the sociological perspective known as:

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If a sociologist were to examine the differences in income of women and men as well as other basic inequalities, he or she would be using which perspective?

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Early sociologists tended to:

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What is the trouble with rational-choice models of human behavior?

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The Board of Directors of Athens College, historically a women’s college, voted to become a coeducational institution. Students were outraged and engaged in a two-week protest. Professor McCaslin of the sociology department studied the dispute and the social action of the students. His explanation of this social phenomenon would likely be cast in which sociological perspective?

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What is one result of the scientific revolution?

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All of the following could be considered the founders of modern sociology EXCEPT:

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Which of the following perspectives would be of most use to a sociologist who wishes to understand how social order is maintained and how it changes?

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Emile Durkheim, who pioneered scientific sociology in France, is especially noteworthy for his:

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Megan believes that the mutual cooperation and support of the family, religious organizations, and the educational structures of society are essential to society’s stability and survival. Her views of the nature of society are representative of which of the following perspectives in sociology?

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The different perspectives in sociology can be said to be:

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Early sociologists tended to think in:

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Which of the following had a tremendous impact on early sociology in the U.S.?

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Jason is studying behavior in a singles bar. He takes notes on the actions of men approaching women and the reactions of the women approached. His research is likely grounded in which of the following perspectives in sociology?

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Harriet Martineau, considered to be the first female sociologist, spent her professional career by:

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The invasion of Iraq by the United States and its allies demonstrates:

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.........................prompts us to look at patterns of behavior to see how they conform to and depart from normal expectations of profit and loss.

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The roots of modern sociology can be found in:

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Which region has the lowest percentage of malnutrition in underweight children?

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Everyday wisdom declares that the most important factor in getting a job is not what you know but who you know. A researcher is interested in how people create and develop such personal networks in their search for work. Such a project would be based in which of the following perspectives in sociology?

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Jane Addams, an early social reformer in America, focused her efforts on:

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Which scientists are often credited with the founding of modern science?

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When Jason wants to know how changes in our society are related to homelessness, he looks at the movement of factory jobs from the United States to overseas locations such as Mexico. At what level of analysis is Jason analyzing the situation?

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